Lily Wood

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  • Lily Wood created an article,

    Does NanoSlic Protect From Ultraviolet Light?

    NanoSlic has not been tested specially as a UV protective coating.

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    Is NanoSlic Resistant to Ultraviolet Light?

    NS 200 is ultraviolet resistant in outdoor environments.

  • Lily Wood created an article,

    What Solvents Are Used in NanoSlic?

      Please see the relevant SDS

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    Does NanoSlic Work in High Humidity?

    Yes, In most cases NS200 would be the choice because it is more flexible and stands up to humidity, and temperature fluctuations better. NS200 is always preferred for outdoor applications.

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    How Thick is NanoSlic?

    NanoSlic coatings are typically applied 2-4 micron dry film thickness when sprayed. When wiped on, the coating will be about 0.5 microns thick.

  • Lily Wood created an article,

    Does NanoSlic Have Good Adhesion?

    Yes. NS100 series and and NS200 series develop 5B adhesion according to ASTM specification D 3359 Cross-Hatch.

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    How Hard is NanoSlic?

    When fully cured, NS100 series and NS200 series develop 9H pencil hardness according ASTM specification D 3363.

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    Will NanoSlic Prevent Corrosion?

    Yes. Because of its hydrophobic properties and silicon based polymer, NanoSlic coatings provide excellent corrosion protection over most metallic surfaces. Additional information is available upon ...

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    Is NanoSlic a Thermal Insulator?

    Yes. Because of its silicon based polymer, NanoSlic coatings provide excellent thermal insulation. Additional information is available upon request.

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    Is NanoSlic an Electrical Insulator?

    Yes. Because of its silicon based polymer, NanoSlic coatings provide excellent electrical insulation. Additional information is available upon request.